Section .0400 - Precertification Of Providers

Link to law: 01 - administration/chapter 41 - state energy office/subchapter b/01 ncac 41b .0401.html
Published: 2015

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Organizations may establish capability to provide services

under performance contracts with state agencies by providing the following

information to the State Energy Office:

(1)           past experience with energy performance contracting

with a minimum of three years operation and completed installation of a minimum

of three projects;

(2)           performance contracting experience and resumes of

individuals expected to work on North Carolina projects including a minimum of

one professional engineer licensed in North Carolina;

(3)           summary information, with client contact

information, on all performance contracting projects in North Carolina during

the previous five years listing only completed projects with at least one year

in repayment;

(4)           summary information, with client contact

information, on all performance contracts with any state government agencies in

the United States with a maximum of five projects for each of the previous five


(5)           summary information, with client contact

information, on any  performance contracting projects which resulted in the

company paying energy costs to clients;

(6)           summary of the history and operation of the

business and organization, including volume, bonding capacity and type of

clients; and

(7)           financial statements of the performance contracting

organization and (if applicable) parent company for the previous two years.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 143-64.17F

Temporary Adoption Eff. August 1, 2003;

Temporary Adoption Expires April 27, 2004;

Eff. August 1, 2004.